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note of soda in a little ale or porter going to bed, keeping the bowels open with some gentle opening

note of soda in a little ale or porter going to bed, keeping the bowels open with some gentle opening

Medicine. As terrffic dreams and nocturnal visions are all grades of the same complaint, they are prevented by similar means.— Vide Medico-Chirurgical Journal and Review," for Sept. 1816. CHIMNEY SWEEPERII.--It was a clninsy and cruel contrivance of the Romans to use hedge-hogs
April 30, 1817 - Bombay Gazette - Bombay, Maharashtra, India
 
9doyce, Xein i he and a . WILL SELL BY ;1) üblit auction, On Tuesday, the Gth of May, HOUSEHOLD

9doyce, Xein i he and a . WILL SELL BY ;1) üblit auction, On Tuesday, the Gth of May, HOUSEHOLD

FURNITURE CONSISTING OF THE usual articles; an excellent Europe Built Chariot with Capital Harness. Also a pair of very Capital Carriage Horses. The whole, the property of J. KAYE Esq. Accountant General, returning to Europe. The Sale to be helot at his House near the Mount, and
April 30, 1817 - Bombay Gazette - Bombay, Maharashtra, India
 
DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE.

DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE.

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April 30, 1817 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
tiADY DUCIE'S ROUT.

tiADY DUCIE'S ROUT.

Her Ladyship opened her beautiful mansion in Do- ver-street, on Monday night, to the fashionable world. The interior ofthe mansion was fitted up with great taste in a style of unique elegance. The three drawing-rooms were brilliantly illuminated. The company arrived between the
April 30, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
Friday's Post.

Friday's Post.

LONDON", THURSDAY, APRIL 24. ""TP*" received this morning the \\ / Piris Monday / last The King did not \\ / quit the rhuilleries on Sun- day, as the French Journals " " had prepared expect his Majesty received company his apartments, a 1 was visited the Duke of Orleans, return
April 30, 1817 - Hereford Journal - Hereford, Herefordshire, England
 
a Poor Welsh Beggar Woman. Wur lidst thou hid thy native h'dl« adieu ? awful torrents, and their hanging woods,

a Poor Welsh Beggar Woman. Wur lidst thou hid thy native h'dl« adieu ? awful torrents, and their hanging woods,

Where the lore Feasant from some tall[cliff Hue Sit« fearless midst eternal solitudes, What rime the morn comes skipping o'er the dew, Or where the Eve above grey, Pours the lustre receding day. No rude desire the simple peasant feels, Who rears hi« cottage the mountain's brow,
April 30, 1817 - Hereford Journal - Hereford, Herefordshire, England
 
On the second reading the Sait Duties Bill, 1 night, in the House of Commons, Mr. CalcraU wi drew his

On the second reading the Sait Duties Bill, 1 night, in the House of Commons, Mr. CalcraU wi drew his

opposition to it, and expressed his convict; that next Session would put an end to the tax t commodity altogether. Mr. Tierney afterwards brought forward his rna;, for the abolition of the office of Third Secretary He was warmly supported in his motion t . ryat, than whom, perha
April 30, 1817 - Public Ledger and Daily Advertiser - London, London, England
 
THE good Snow JANE, about fivre years old, 123 tons per register, carries a very large cargo, shifts without ballast,

THE good Snow JANE, about fivre years old, 123 tons per register, carries a very large cargo, shifts without ballast,

and well adapted for general purposes; (well known in the Rotterdam Trade, in which she has been constantly employed); abundantly found in good stores, and wants nothing but provisions to semi her Bea. Now lying at Mr. WM.Ra TTEN IT IY's, Fore snd Aft Dock, East-lane, Bermondsey
April 30, 1817 - Public Ledger and Daily Advertiser - London, London, England
 
LONDON, TUESDAY, A nut 50, ISl? lie ship .Igna, which is arrived I.iverpool from the 11 lo Plate, with advices

LONDON, TUESDAY, A nut 50, ISl? lie ship .Igna, which is arrived I.iverpool from the 11 lo Plate, with advices

to the sth of Eebruary, brinn? us iinportant intelligence facts, with but little elucidation views or motives. The Portuguese, as we stated in our paper of Monday last, took quiet and unobstructed possession of Monte-\ on the 2<Hli of January. The city had been previously placed
April 30, 1817 - Evening Mail - London, London, England
 
APitIL so.

APitIL so.

'adequate description of the ...Prince li,egent.'„s feelings concerning unfortnnate_ tient. At se o'clock this evening, the medical report was favourAsfe, dering the injury proved . to be a cOmpoutid fracture. 'We are happy to he assured, that it will not be so scoots aivtas at
April 30, 1817 - Military Register - London, London, England